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rebel-held areas. said hitto, a former technology manager formerly living in texas, lacks a broad base of support. the steering continue -- the syria conflict is continuing to spread beyond its borders. and sunday, israeli forces fired into syria and destroyed a military post in retaliation for gunfire from the syrian side. in the latest violence inside syria, explosions rocked the capital damascus this morning as rebels fired mortar rounds into a high-security area less than a mile from the home of president bashar al-assad. the forces it back with artillery fire. there were reports of least one person has been killed. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has apologized to turkey for the killings of nine people on board the gaza-bound aid flotilla nearly three years ago. on may 30, 2010, israeli commandos raided the mavi marmara in international waters, killing nine turkish activists, including one u.s. citizen. president obama brokered netanyahu's's apology for the attack, which the israeli leader made friday at the very end of obama's first presidential visit to israel. in a ph
? can your body respond to the demands that are placed on it? technology has made life easier, but it has also made us less active. nearly 1/4 of american adults are sedentary. another 1/3 aren't physically active enough to be considered fit. "physically fit" is being able to do whatever you want to do without restriction, either with your body or with endurance. to reach that level of fitness, we need more than just a walk from the parking lot to the mall. we need exercise. thomas mirich: the need for regular exercise transcends not just the need to be able to participate in sports activities, but it really covers the whole gamut from youth 'til 80s, 90-year age group. it's been shown that people that participate in a regular exercise program, meaning at least three or four days a week, have better health overall, whether it's better heart condition, lung condition, lower risk of osteoporosis, they have better balance. so that when you are 75 and 80 years old, your bones are stronger, your balance is better. so you're not falling and breaking your hip or breaking your wrist,
. he also stays ahead of the game with new technology and planting and growing techniques as well. >> plant breeding used to be a function of, um, of the university system. but as the university system struggles for money and they don't have the resources to do the breeding, private breeders now started to produce different varieties. and what we're looking for is, we're looking for all the great characteristics of seedlessness and easy to peel, high color, and sweet. but we're looking for time periods of the season so we can give the consumer a great piece of fruit from the very beginning of october all the way through april instead of just having a specific time where it's mature. >> and as mandarins continue to develop a reputation as a healthy, easy to eat, convenient food snack, more californians may realize that bigger isn't always better in the produce world. for "california country," i'm tracy sellers. >> hi, i'm adrienne garcia from marche in menlo park. today, we're gonna be making a honey panna cotta with clementines and candied zest. so, first, what you want to do is,
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